On-screen character Kangana Ranaut, while advancing the upcoming horror-comedy Tutk Tutak Tutiya, talked about her fan minute with performing artist Prabhu Deva.
The 29-year-old on-screen character portrayed an episode of her youth and said that she has been an aficionado of the performing artist's moving abilities as far back as she was a young person.
"When I was little, I was an enormous devotee of Kay Sera and around then. Since we had no music channel or web or anything, it we use to sit tight for the tune on Chitrahar. We used to continue holding our breaths that the melody just shows up on it. I used to be a tremendous fan," said the Gangster performer.
Kangana, with whom Prabhu Deva was available at the occasion, included: "And today I'm sitting with him, it's such an uncanny minute, he seems as though he is not matured, not by any means one day. He appears to be identical and that is astounding."
Discussing how she has constantly respected the choreographer-movie producer's moving aptitudes, the on-screen character said, "The best thing about Prabhu sir's means is they are loaded with so much fun. There is a ton of cleverness and eccentricity in it. Indeed, even the way he is sliding and the way he does one development and everyone just falls on the floor. There is no principle to his moving, which I truly love and I don't know whether anyone can ever duplicate it since they are just driving forces that are interpreted into developments."
Kangana will next be seen in Vishal Bhardwaj-coordinated Rangoon alongside Shahid Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan.
Tutak Tutiya featuring Sonu Sood, Prabhu Deva and Tamannaah Bhatia, will be discharged in three dialects – Hindi, Tamil and Telugu – on October 7.